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counter-terrorism work. that portion of the patriot act expiring at midnight. blocked by senator rand paul. full details up ahead. >> researchers say the photos offered by russia to prove ukraine shot down a passenger jetliner were faked. ukraine and many western countries say the plane was shot down by russian troops. >> seven people recovering after a crane accident in new york city. the cable snapped sending a massive air conditioning unit crashing nearly 30 stories on to madison avenue. debris from the skyscraper raining down on cars and people below. >> and kim kardashian made the
announcement on her family's show last night. she's expecting baby number two. some of the top headlines on this monday, june 1st. >> from abc news,s this "world news now." >> it's good to be here with you, t.j. >> good to have you here. i missed you last time. >> i think you were dodging me. >> i was not dodging. something came up. >> i believe you. >> i had dinner. no. >> exactly. something more fun to do. good to be here with you. >> an absolute pleasure to have you, mara schiavocampo. you all know her well from all over abc news. >> the expiration of parts of the trot act, the senate was unable to reauthorize all of the bill blocked by a sing is senator. >> ar let sands joins us this morning with the story. >> good morning. just hours ago, the nsa stopped its bulk collection of americans phone records for the time being after the senate failed to reach a deal before the midnight
deadline. senators returned to washington for a rare sunday session to address the expiring provisions of the patriot act. kentucky senator rand paul was at the center of the fight vowing to force the program to expire. he ultimately did just that blocking the senate from holding votes to reform the program. >> this is a debate over the fourth amendment. this is a debate over your right to be left alone. >> the nsa has now temporarily shut down the program first exposed by edward snowden. no longer collecting americans' phone records. also expiring this morning the ability of law enforcement to track so-called lone wolfs and use oeving wiretaps on terror suspects using multiple phones. the expiration will likely only be temporary. the senate is expected to pass legislation reforming the program later this week requiring telephone companies to collect the data instead of the government. but mara and t.j. the program will be dark for at least several days. senator ar let, thank you so much. from washington the shocking
news many of us learned over the weekend. vice president's son.beau has died of cancer sneefrs the family remaining behind closed doors today as they make final arrangements. george stephanopoulos has a look back at biden's life. >> the vice president's family veelsed had statement. the entire family is saddened beyond words. beau biden was quite simply the finest man any of us have heather known. president obama and michele also sharing their grief. michele and i humbly pray for the good lord to watch over beau biden. >> he was born joseph biden iii, awarded the bronze star. serving as delaware's attorney general he was planning a run for governor next year. he introduced his father at the last two the democratic conventions. he's the father i've always known, is the grandfather my children love and adore and the vice president our nation needs. my father my hero joe biden.
>> the biden family has known so much tragedy. beau's mother and sister killed in a car accident in 1972. beau and his brother hunter survived. joe biden sworn in for his first term as senator days later at the 4-year-old's hospital bedside. out of that loss a remarkable bond between father and son. >> incredible bond i have with my children is a gift i'm not sure i would have had i not been through what i went through. >> and now as the tributes for beau flow in that father's heart broken the bond eternal. >> a father knows he's a success when he turns and looks at a son or daughter and know that they turned out better than he did. i'm a success. i'm a hell of a success. bowie, i love you. i'm so proud of you. >> meanwhile, secretary of state
john kerry flying to boston today after spending a night in a swiss hoopt with a broken right leg. he suffer suffered the injury while cycling yesterday. hamish macdonald with the details. >> on these steep roads in the french alps the secretary of state out for a bike ride hits a curve, coming off and breaking his leg. a doctor and paramedic traveling in the motorcade rushing to the scene. secretary kerry evacuated to geneva by helicopter staying conscious throughout. fracture to his right femur, the longest bone in the body located close to previous hip surgery. >> after an orthopedic trauma we worry about several complications, blood clots, fat embolism bleeding infection and there's a long road of physical therapy and rehab. >> the 71-year-old is an vid cyclist spotted regularly during breaks and the intense iran nuclear negotiations in lycra
biking around laek geneva. he was due to travel on to spine and france. we are assured he is in good spirits as he prepares to head back to boston. hamish macdonald abc news london. >> a chaotic scene at los angeles international airport. a 9-year-old girl critically injured hit by a car that plowed into terminal 7. the porsche came to a top in an l.a.x. utility room. the driver and a passenger wrng also injured. police say he may have mistakenly hit the gas instead of the brake. >> much of arkansas is on alert this morning for flooding. many residents spent the weekend filling sandbags to keep the rivers in their banks. but there's a limit how many bags are available. dozens of volunteers from other parts of the state came to help. workers have also rescued senior citizens trapped in their homes. could have used sandbags yesterday in northern new jersey. downpours overwhelmed storm drains and flood homes,
basements and stores. of some cars were pushed out by heavy equipment. the rain accompanied by lightning, strong winds and hail. there's more rain in the forecast here in the northeast as well as other parts of the country. accuweather's molly cochran joins us with the forecast. good morning to you, molly. >> thanks t.j. and mara. umbrellas getting a good workout for monday across the northeast. this area of low pressure very slow mover. this is what's driving in all the wet weather along i-95. heavy downpours at times, poorly drainage areas running the risk for flash flooding. we could see locally amounts of 3 to 4 inches of rain including new york city and also near boston. the lone star state catching a break from the rain. t.j. and mara, back to you. >> thank you so much. the atlanta area is bracing for more downpours today after heavy rain caused major problems for drivers there. look at this flooding shut down part of a downtown highway
yesterday. this filled up so fast. officials thought it was a water main break. they now say clogged drains were to blame about the road reopened once everything was cleared up. >> a breakfast favorite could soon cost more. the price of eggs has started to creep up nationwide following that devastating avian flu outbreak in the midwest. 40 million chickens turkeys and other birds have died to prevent that flu from spreading. prices ins the midwest surged 120% since the outbreak and going up elsewhere too. >> let's go to paris, a popular tourist destination starting to get a big makeover and not the i've tower or. >> this bridge covers the river sen where hundreds of thousands of couples have attached what are called love looks to publicly express their love. the locks are going away. >> workers are starting to cut all of them off today because of concerns about the weight of the locks causing structural damage.
last summer a metal grill with many locks on it fell into the river because of the weight. >> hopefully they find something else to do with all those locks. like something sweet. >> they didn't say they were going to dump them. >> they're a symbol of people's love. i'm a big softy. >> we do these on the brooklyn bridge, as well. you can find them up there but i'm told they clear it out every so often. >> they probably come through with big clippers and throw it in the river. >> you see how you turn it on and off like that? >> i know my people. i'm a new yorker. coming up the solar powered plane flying at night or at least we hope it still is it and billionaires give back and why not. they've got a few dollars to spare. their promise to giveaway most of their fortunes. >> the strange 911 call that caught one officer by surprise responding to the scene to catch a tiger. you're watching "world news now."
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and there they go. the iconic grandstands at the would park with no more. took 30 seconds to implode the racetrack yesterday morning. demolition for a $2 billion stadium and entertainment center that many are hoping will become the next home of the l.a. rams. >> pioneering around the world journey by a plane powered only by the sun is in a holding pattern as it attempts the most difficult part of the trip. >> the solar impulse set off
yesterday to cross the pacific ocean. they are monitoring the skies very closely right now. kayna whit worth with the story. >> reporter: it's the launch of the newest adventure in an amazing first. >> its kind aircraft. for the next 130 hours, six days and six nights with no fuel. these twos pilots are flying the solar impulse two across the pacific ocean, a record breaking journey. using just the power of the sun to fuel the flight from china over south korea, japan, landing in hawaii before taking off again to phoenix, arizona. >> i'm confident that the airplane is a great airplane. in terms of performance and the way it flies. >> the pilot and dress is taking the first first shift squeezing into the tiny one-man cockpit live hoob on streaming video from behind the controls over the 5,000 mile voyage. >> in terms of safety we are covered. in terms of mission, the suspense will remain. >> that's where the co-pilot
takes over the controls after a quick pit stop. but on saturday he was at mission control with the prince of monaco. cheering on this leg of the journey. >> it's a great thrilling moment. >> the plane's wingspan spreading 246 feet wider than a boeing 747, yet lighter than an suv. >> our goal is really to demonstrate that we can achieve incredible thingsing with clean technologies like flying day and night with absolutely no fuel. >> the solar impulse created by over 80 companies is part of the future is clean movement led by bore berg and pick card the inventors say the technology could change aviation as we know it. >> the worst is not to fail. the worst is when we don't dare to try. >> kayna whitworth, los angelesings. >> coming up here we're talking about billionaires. banding together. this is our -- we love parts of the story, wow billionaires.
this story is prompting some very interesting conversations about wealth. >> call it what it is it's heated. >> for the last five years, some of america's wealthiest families have been living the giving pledge. >> they gave away their wealth to make the world a better place. rebecca jarvis caught up with some of the folks who started it all. >> some of the most famous names on the planet who the hang out with rock stars, even presidents. >> he's so thrifty i had to give him a white house tie. but when bill gates came, he wanted one, too. >> but for the past five years, these billionaires have focused on a remarkable mission.
giving away their massive fortunes to charity. >> you decided to giveaway 99% of your wealth. >> the money has great utility. other people it it can buy education. it does them a lot of good. besides, you know 20 years from now, i will be in a place where there will be no form 400. >> what began as 40 billionaires pledging to donate at least half their money has more than tripled to 135 individuals and families from 14 countries. a total of nearly $1 trillion in commitments from the likes of facebook's mark zuckerberg richard branson and spanx creator sarah blakely. >> they're giving a minimum of $500 million. >> you're surprised. >> i've gotten a fair number of noes but i've gotten a fair number of yeses. >> we had no idea we'd get this many people to come together. >> tackling education, poverty, and disease where they've seen
considerable success. >> polio is likely to become the second disease ever eradicated and then we'll take that success and go after other diseases like malaria. we expect to cut the number of children hop die which is 6 million a year in half over this next 15 years. >> what has it the most pressing urgent need today? >> 40u do we empower women and girls at the center of the family. they're the ones who make the investments in health in their family. >> how has it changed an the shape of philanthropy and giving in this country? >> we hope to intensify philanthropy to get people to do it at a younger age and be more bold because they find people have similar causes in mind. >> i want people to say philanthropy is the right thing to do. >> rebecca jar is vis, abc news hew york. >> it makes sense because us have that much money, you've bought all the toys could you want. why not do something that's
going to leave you feeling good. >> there are studies that say the feeling you get, it's good for your health. >> generosity is good for you. >> 1800 billionaires 7% have signed the pledge. they've got a little ways to go. trying to get more on board. i'm sure they will. but you can't take it with you. >> i'm surprised there are 1800-billionaires in the world. i didn't realize there were that many. that's a lot of billionaires. >> how many do we have here in the u.s.? i can't remember this number. >> a little bit of inspiration. the newest member to join the fledged, be he came to this country with just $3,000 in his pocket today, worth $1.4 billion. good for them. >> coming up we've got a 911 call. a tiger 911 call. the emergency sparked by a wild animal lounging in a driveway. >> it looks scary. but there's a surprising twist
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♪ >> all right. finally this half hour the tiger lounging in a driveway. terrifying a neighborhood in grand rapids michigan. >> as it would. the and pla control officer calling in for backup preparing for the worst. he wasn't prepared for what he saw. ron claiborne explains. >> the call came into animal control officers. there's a tyingner someone's driveway. >> i looked down this driveway
and i did a double take. i thought to myself no way. >> so animal control officer joe daniels did the smart thing. he called for backup. >> i said we're going to need pd on scene. and i prepared for a tiger. >> highway his partners circled around to approach from behind it daniels stepped forward ever so carefully. a ring pull device to collar the beast in quivering hand. >> i'm going to ring pull the heck out of a tiger. >> just a few days earlier police stopped this car in washington, d.c. state because some people reported that was a real tiger on the top. it was not. and it turned out neither was this one in michigan. it was just one very large, very harmless stuffed animal. >> i bought this one hook line and sinker. we walked to the backyard. i get on the radio. and you can hear it. i called dispatch. disregard pd. it's a stuffed animal. >> just the same out of an abundance of caution, animal
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>> this morning on "world news now," breaking news. no deal. the senate unable to prevent a controversial surveillance program from expiring >> i'm not going to take it anymore. i don't think the american people are going to take it anymore. >> what this now means for privacy and the fight against terrorism. smashed to pieces. a massive crane crashes into this new york city building sending debris to the street below. >> it was like a bomb hit madison avenue. >> and despite many injuries officials saying the scene could have been much worse. >> and trash to treasure. the piece of history dropped off at a dump. an owed computer at first glance turns out to be one of the very first apple desktops. now the search to find the poor soul who just gave it away. it's monday, june 1st.
from abc news this is "world news now." >> lookie. what have we got here? >> that is not what's in the prompter. i'm mara schiavocampo. last time you tried to dodge me. >> i did not. >> last time you called in sick or some such nonsense. we're together today. >> i successfully dodged you. no it's good. dear mara schiavocampo haven't had a chance to sit with you at the desk since i started at abc. i know something came cup last time you were here. >> yes. >> it's good to have you. >> good to be back. >> we've got breaking news overnight here. the government just a short time ago lost its authority to collect this bulk data your phone records. they lost the ability to do so with the expiration of several key national security programs. only took one senator to block renewal of dee key provisions of the patriot act. >> kentucky republican rand paul who was protesting the
collection of americans' phone records. gloria riviera has more. >> there's no further business to come before the senate. i asked that it stand adjourned under the previous order. >> the clock ran out in the u.s. senate. the controversial program expired. republican presidential candidate rand paul vowed he would not let it be renewed. >> i'm not going to take it anymore. i don't think the american people are going to take it anymore. >> the agency's mass collection of american phone records falls pd the u.s. patriot act and started after the september 11th attacks. the new bill would have stopped that bulk collection. but preserves some of the nsa's other surveillance abilities. powers the fbi says are critical to terrorism investigations. if passed the house by a huge margin earlier this month. >> what's the problem? a small group of senators is standing in the way. this is a the maer of national security. >> the debate revealed fault lines in the republican party.
an angry senate majority leader mitch mcconnell rebuking senator paul without naming him into it should be worrying for our country because the nature of the threat we face is very serious. as our enemies grow more sophisticated and aggressive. >> a measure providing for less intrusive of intelligence gathering could still pass congress soon. gloria riviera, abc sfwhug president obama and the first lady made a condolence call at the vice president's home following the death of beau biden. he lost his battle with brain cancer on saturday. he's being remembered and be the as delaware attorney general and served in iraq. the bond between beau and his father was on display at the democratic convention back flk 2008. >> a father knows he's a success when he turns and looks at his son or daughter and know that they turned out better than he did. i'm a success. i'm a hell of a success.
bowie, i love you. i'm so proud of you. >> beau biden was 46 years old. he leaves behind a wife and two young children. funeral arrangements have not been announced but he is expected to receive full military honors. >> a little girl in critical condition this morning after a wild car crash at los angeles international airport. a car slamming into the wall of a terminal after hitting the 9-year-old. the back of the porsha left sticking out of the wall. front end launched in a utility room. the driver may have accidentally hit the gas instead of the brake. the driver and a passenger were injured but not seriously. >> secretary of state john kerry broke his leg. he was cycling in the french alps when this happened. he's an avid cyclist. he crashed yesterday while riding in a road often used in the tour de force. he's flying to boston today where he will continue to get treatment. >> a terrifying accident in the middle of manhattan.
a giant piece of equipment slipping from a crane and slamming into a high-rise. it crashed to the ground along with huge chunks of concrete metal and glass injuring seven people. more everywhere abc's lynn say janus. >> city officials looking into what caused a crane cable to be snap while lifting a massive air conditioning unit. that unit plummeting 30 story to the ground. >> this piece of equipment scraped the front of the buildings. >> on the way down smashing through this window sending debris raining on to madison avenue. my low was watching tv in his nearby apartment when the accident happened just before 11:00 a.m. sunday. >> i looked out the window. the street was not visible because there was so much smoke. like a bomb hit madison avenue. >> he filmed the aftermath. >> cars destroyed. i hope nobody's hurt. >> two construction workers and five others suffering nonlife-threatening injuries. >> thank god this incident occurred at an hour of the day
on a weekend when there were not many people around. >> new york city has a history of deadly crane incidents. in april a man inexpecting part of a crane died when it collapsed on to him. in 2008 a crane came crashing down flattening a townhouse and killing seven people. people in this neighborhood tell us they are shaken up crews are working to clear the destruction even as it pours with rain. the city vowing to find out what went wrong. linzie janis, are abc news new york. >> vladimir putin won't be allowed to come to the meeting, next week's meeting of world leaders in germany. he won't be part of the summit as part of punishment. the g-7 snub is largely symbolic. putin still a major player in global affairs. it seems russia faked the report that blamed ukrainian forces for
shooting down the airliner last summer. this conclusion come to bill an independent group's analysis of the photos provided by russia. a researcher examined the metadata the digit counsel footprints that show the source of the photos. ukraine and western countries believe the plane was shot down by a russian unit. well, there's some new fallout from the sex scandal swirling around dennis hastert. wheaton college removed his name from an academic research center. he could make his first court appearance as soon as this week. mary bruce has the latest. >> once the most powerful man in congress dennis hastert name has been stripped from his alma mater as he faces an uncertain future. embattled by a hush money scandal, charged with lying to the fbi after he allegedly promised to pay $3.5 million to someone to cover up his past misconduct. sources say he was paying a former male student and the
misconduct was sexual. and sources say there is a second individual who was also allegedly victimized another former student at yorkville high school in illinois where hastert was a teacher and wrestling coach for 16 years. his former fellow wrestling coach tells abc news the allegations don't ring true. >> no experience that i ever had would lead me to believe any of this must be true. >> prosecutors allege hastert skirted financial reporting requirements to make large withdrawals and then lied about what the money was being used for telling the fbi i kept the cash. >> usually you charge these crimes because you're trying to bring someone down for something larger. this is a gotcha prosecution. >> no word from the former speaker or his legal team but hastert is expected to be arraigned this week. and if convicted, he could face up to ten years in prison. mary bruce, abc news washington. >> two days after announcing he's running for president, martin o'malley is on the road.
where else new hampshire. he joins vermont senator bernie sadders and hillary clinton in a battle for the democratic vote. o'malley supported clinton in 2008 but man, things have changed. another republican jumping to the race today. south carolina senator lindsey graham says he's running for president because the world is "falling apart." graham is one of the few gop candidates to have served in the military including six years of active duty in the air force. some though and he admits this he's technologically challenged a bit and says he's never even sent an e-mail. >> don't know if it's wise to admit that. >> he's old school. pick up the phone and call you. >> turning now to the something much lighter, massive congratulationses in order for the oldest woman who ever finish a marathon. >> 92 years old. that's harriet thompson. she's in the first row of starters at yesterday's rock 'n' roll marathon in san diego. this is the 16th time she's done that race. >> amazing >> when it comes to running, she
keeps things simple. >> i put one foot down and then another one. actually i don't know. it's just i love to run. >> seven hours 24 minutes. is that a good time? >> for 92, yes. >> i couldn't finish one at all. she is crossing the finish line. she didn't start running marathons till she was in her 70s. >> it's never too late. she said she enjoys raising money for cancer research and not only is she in great shape, but she looks great. hair was done after finishing the marathon. >> she's got a secret we don't know the. >> if she the could bottle it up and sell it, i'd invest in that in a second. >> another world record to tell you about for planking. >> and a dog that can doing math. first a piece of modern american history thrown out with the trash. how you can find the next piece of that buried treasure.
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all right. this is not a movie stunt. you're seeing. this is surveillance video. this is not again, folks, this is not a movie stunt. this is a car, it jumped over a row of parked cars in montreal. crashed into a wall. the driver in his 60s. here we go again. didn't you just do a story? >> apparently this is common. he gets confused and hits the gas when he thought he was going to be hitting the brake. the roof had to be cut off. the driver expected to recover, however. again, that is not a stunt. >> maying video there. this morning the hunt is on for a woman who dropped off an old computer at a california recycling center. >> when the center got around to opening the box, they discovered it wasn't junk necessarily but a rare piece of technology history. they're looking to share the wealth with the woman. an deteam roy has the story. >> a mystery surrounding a valuable collectible dumped in this northern california recycling center.
the center looking for a woman who dropped off an old computer here last month. a first generation apple desktop, one of only 200 of its kind now worth a windfall. the center sold the vintage apple one so a private collector for $200,000 but according to its policy the dover gets half the money. the computer's owner left without leaving her name. >> are you sacrificed that she didn't know how much this was worth? >> i think she didn't comprehend what's inside. >> she's not the only one. in 1989 a man bought what he thought was a torn painting for $4 at a flea market in pennsylvania. it turned out to be an official copy of the declaration of independence. it later sold at auction for $2.4 million. if you're wondering if you have undiscovered valuables at home a few tips from experts. it's safe to giveaway outmoded tech products like cd players and radios. too flu to be antiques and of interest to collectors.
if you have apple products you can fetch half to 75% of their value if under 3 years old and in good condition. >> they're hopeful their mystery woman will come forward so she can claim her $100,000. aditi roy, abc news milpitas california. >> see, this is precisely why i'm holding on to my walk man and cassette tape. one day they will make me rich. i'm an '80s kid. >> see you up and down the hallway hitting play. >> rewind flipping the tape. >> folks, later on gma this morning, find out how to turn the old electronic devices into cold hard cash. the secrets to getting top dollars for your gadgets that are gathering dust or some still put to use, folks like dear mara. when tweeting your life isn't good enough. now this is a periscope. a couple loves it so much they invited all of you to their wedding. check it out when we come back. >> ahead in our next half hour
all right. you are telling me you've done this thing, periscope. >> i have indeed. quite at the forefront of technology. >> periscope a brand new live streaming app that allows viewers to share their lives as they happen. >> sara haines who is really a fan herself has the story of one couple who met on twitter, dated on skype and now they've been married live, of course, on periscope. take a look. >> periscope, allowing viewers to tele-port almost anywhere in the world like a complete strangers wedding as kyle and
brayian na lewis tied the knot on saturday on top of the 50 or so loved ones packed into this new york church hundreds more watched the amazingly wonderful nuptials with a little help from periscope. >> their online romance began on twitter, grew stronger through skype. leading to the love birds inviting their followers to join in the special day. >> so beautiful. what a beautiful bride. >> flooding the streaming ceremony with hearts and sweet shoutouts to the love birds, all in realtime. the streaming video app created by twitter now in the hands of more than 2 million smartphone users after periscope launched on android devices this week. see life through the eyes of periscope's first superstar, amanda mand oleander. yes, this video of her having breakfast receiving thousands of likes. >> i made some poached eggs for breakfast.
>> me i'm pretty much obsessed. behind the scenes at gma or even just saying hi. >> hi see you on my periscope. >> i watch broadcasts, too. like rayan na and kyle's wedding. a great way to make sure even those who couldn't make the big day, friends and strangers alike could still be there. >> we have a lot of friends and family in other countries. she's got family in costa rica and puerto rico. >> with this app, don't have to pick the chicken or the fish. sara haines abc news new york. >> so here we have are broadcasting live on television talking about this crazy trend of live broadcasting video. imagine? it's like the year 2000. >> no, it's new. it's cool. you can do it right there. yes, we can be live on tv and also broadcasting live on our phones. >> there is something there. i don't mean to belittle it. it's good to be able to experience other people's lives as they're happening. >> all right folks. we tried the periscope thing.
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this morning on "world news now," remembering beau biden. the nation honoring a hero after a long fight with cancer. the memories and tributes for a beloved son and how the incredible bond with his father remains an inspiration. >> washed out. texas trying to clean up from last week's deadly waters and forced to take alternative routes even when herding cattle. and now the east coast faces heavy rains and flash floods. full forecast ahead. drone dangers. the superstar singer slashed by the propellers of a drone right in the middle of a concert. as the technology grows in popularity, so do the safety concerns. >> and the big announcement made in the most kardashian way possible. yep, kim k and kanye expecting their brood. yes, full details in "the
skinny" on this monday, june 1st. captions paid for by abc, inc. from abc from abc news, this is "world news now." >> that was the big story last night. i was just getting full details from you a moment ago. >> big pop culture story. southwest is on its way. >> naturally. if you haven't heard yet, it's amazing if you haven't, kim kardashian and kanye west having another baby. that is what a lot of people are talking about. this weekend also, i was pleased to see the tributes that came in for beau biden. >> absolutely. >> totally different stories here. still talkable stories. a lot of people talk about them on social media. all these commemorations just reaching out for the vice president who has been through so much. >> he's had so much loss in his life. >> in his life. his son beau died this weekend after a battle with cancer. >> and vice president biden and his family remain in seclusion, remembering a life cut tragically short.
abc's jim avila has more on the story. >> campaign poster family political pedigree and a military record, beau biden's bright future could only be stopped by a five year battle with brain cancer. at his side as he died, the vice president, his wife jill and daughter-in-law halle mourn saying beau biden was quite simply the finest man any of us have ever known. the former delaware attorney general seen here at a victory party in 2010, volunteering to serve in iraq. >> those choices have consequences not just for me which i know i signed up for, but they have consequences for my wife. they have consequences for my family. >> vice president biden and his oldest son had a bond forged by tragedy. then senator joe biden sworn in for his first term in beau and his brother hunter's hospital room in 1974. they had survived a car crash that killed their mother and sister. >> incredible bond i have with my children is a gift i'm not
sure i would have had had i not been through what i went through. >> joe and beau's tight relationship on display back in 2008 when the son introduced the father at the democratic national convention that put biden on the ticket. >> my friend, my father, my hero. >> a genuine moment greatly cherished by the vice president. >> a father knows he's a success when he turns and looks at his son or daughter and know that they turned out better than he did. i'm a success. i'm a hell of a success. beau, i love you. i'm so proud of you. >> and at the white house where beau had visited often, president obama and the first lady in a statement called him a close friend, full of love, honor and service who will live on in our hearts. the bidens have not been seen in public since beau's death and no funeral plans announced. jim avila, abc news, the white house. >> now to breaking news overnight from washington. some portions of the patriot act
have expired. kentucky republican senator rand paw successfully blocking their renewal protesting the nsa's collection of phone calls. paul's own party leaders called a special session last night to extend the law. now it will be at least two more days before the senate can take action on a house bill that also reins in the nsa. >> john kerry spent the night in a hospital in switzerland after breaking his right leg while cycling in the french alps. the 71-year-old kerry is an avid cyclist. he crashed yesterday. kerry is flying to boston today where he will receiving treatment. a spokesman says he's expected to make a full recovery. >> the skies are clear but the roads in north texas are not. many roads closed because of flooding. a series of storms last week killed more than 30 people in texas and oklahoma. ten people still missing. even though the sun will be out today, a flood warning remains in effect for the dallas area.
further south near houston, flooding prompted an old fashioned cattle drive. cowboys trying to rescue about 500 cows. at times it looked like something from a western with the cattle forced to get around these floodwaters but the smaller calves rode in cars and boats. >> hundreds of people snapping will pictures and videos but there was also flash flooding in the east. flooded roads and basements, knocked out power, as much as 2 inches of rain fell in an hour. one observer said it was like a tropical downpour. some cars floated out of their parking spays, others had to be pushed off the roads by heavy equipment. >> and today's weather might not be much better. accuweather's molly cochran is here with the latest forecast. molly, good morning. >> thanks, tj and mara. for monday across the northeast, it's going to be rather wet. this area of low pressure is a very slow mover taking its good old time to get out of here. we're talking heavy downpours from new york city to boston through monday night. we do have the red sox game
taking place in boston. that could bring some impacts to game time. locally could see 3 to 4 inches of rain. also have some impacts on any travel plans. as we head into the south central finally catching some relief from the rain. sunny skies dallas to houston, but the rain has to go somewhere. think of it as a teeter-totter going to have some showers and thunderstorms spread into the southeast for this week. t.j. and mara, back to you. >> molly, thanks so much. three members of a wealthy washington, d.c. family murdered in their home are being laid to rest today as mourners gather to pay final respects. a lawyer who once represented the prime suspect is coming to his defense again. more from abc's ryan smith. >> remembrance for family members brutally killed in that deadly d.c. mansion fire along with their housekeeper vera figueroa just a couple of weeks ago. a wake in this funeral home for savvos savopoulos, his wife amy and their 10-year-old son phillip. as family and friends mourn, the former lawyer for the suspect
charged in the quadruple homicide is speaking to abc news. >> he is resolute in the belief and i also harbor the same belief that he wouldn't kill anybody. >> adding daron wint claims he never knew savvos family or brutally killed his son. >> he had never met the wife and insisted he wouldn't under any circumstances harm a child. >> the lawyer has not been officially hired, but met with wint over the weekend. for now he is not commenting on whether wint has an alibi and the savopoulos family is staying quiet only issuing a statement last week thanking police but adding wint's arrest does not abate our pain. many coming to this funeral home to pay their respects. police are pushing forward with their investigation with wint behind bars looking for what they believe are his accomplices. ryan smith, abc news, washington. a new study may change the
way brain cancer patients are treated. researchers found that treating the entire brain with radiation did not improve survival odds and harmed the ability to think, talk and remember in some patients. this study applies only to cancers which originate somewhere else in the body and then spread to the brain. such cancers affect about 400,000 americans every year. >> a zookeeper in nebraska recovering after being bitten by a komodo dragon. the woman was cleaning the cage where two of the six-foot long reptiles live when she was bitten on the hand. she had to be rushed to the hospital. dragons have something in their saliva that actually keeps blood from clotting. this was serious for her. she is expected to make a full recovery. >> goodness. that's scary. an extraordinary baseball game played in milwaukee yesterday. the brewers defeating arizona, 7-6. get this, 17 innings. but the day's real excitement happened well before the game even started. >> yes, because of that lady. 102-year-old gladys holbrooke,
okay, this is -- she arrived at the park here. i'm trying to see her. she arrived at miller park in a limo all show so the she could be there to throw out the ceremonial first pitch. nearly 100 members of her family were there. a lot of them wearing special t-shirts to mark the occasion. >> she delivered a pitch from right in front of home plate. if came up a wee bit short but she received a big standing ovation as she deserves. great going, gladys. love that. >> last hour we had a 92-year-old marathon runner. >> they say use it or lose it. these women haven't l.o.s.t. lost it. >> they're doing a lot. >> i haven't done this much. i got to wait till i get older. >> step up your game. there's still time. >> let me step it up now. >> coming up, a scare on stage. a bloody surprise for enrique iglesias when a drone descended getting too close. the latest confrontation between men and these machines. >> a couple who needs some attention.
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slips out of a contraption clearly a big fall. luckily suffered only bruises. the circus blames the performers for failing to properly secure a safety cord during that performance. >> you threw me off there. you had me at hanging by the hair from a rocket ship. >> it is a circus show, t.j. it's not the opera. >> we have to say again, she's fine. >> no, but to hear you say hanging from her hair from a rocket ship threw me off. >> this is why people go to the circus. >> now it's a circus. now i get it. she is fine. a scene from a year or so ago. >> several performers really got hurt. >> where was that one? >> i think it was rhode island. >> i couldn't remember. you're testing my news trivia tonight. to call that up quickly is impressive. >> i have a head full of news facts. >> a couple incidents involving drones over the weekend. let's start with the first one here in philadelphia. the drone was being flown inside citizens bank park during a phillies game. landed outside where police and
security took possession of it. no charges will be filed against the man flying the drone but he could be facing a fine. >> baseball stadiums are one of of many venues where drones are making an appearance and concert performances are another. enrique iglesias, first of all, he's okay, ladies. the face is fine. >> did not get hit on the face. >> got to get that out first. he got tangled up with a drone on stage on the weekend and ended up on the losing end of this encounter. but the show must go on right? abc's kayna whitworth with the story. >> a frightening scene on stage saturday as enrique iglesias performs. watch as he reaches for the drone. seconds later he tossed it getting cut by the blades. iglesias's represent says the drone was used during the show to get shots of the crowd and that he sometimes grabs it is to give audience a point of view shot but this time something went wrong. >> he continued with the concert.
a statement from his camp said an ambulance met him at the airport after the concert and he was flown to los angeles. this incident just the most recent as drone use becomes more popular across the country. that same day crews in seattle had to remove a drone stuck in a high voltage transmission line for nearly a week costing the city more than $30,000. on friday a pilot approaching new york's laguardia airport had to make a quick maneuver to avoid hitting a drone according to officials. as for the 40-year-old singer, he didn't want to disappoint his 12,000 fans there to see part of his sex and love tour which he validated in a bloody heart on his t-shirt. his publicist says the singer is recovering. kayna whitworth, abc news, los angeles. >> what a professional. finished the show. >> he went on for another 30 minutes. >> >> if i get a paper cut, i'm out of here. he finished that whole show. >> let's not get you the any more scripts. we don't want a problem. he's apparently going to be all right but a nasty incident.
>> all right. breaking news in "the skinny" today. in case you're not a devoted watch area of the show the ""keeping up with the kardashians,"" here is is your breaking news. kim kardashian is pregnant again. she's had a struggle apparently for those who haven't been watching the show to conceive a second child with her husband kanye west. it's been a central story line on season 10 of the show. >> kim hasn't been shy about sharing her visits to doctors and her "exhausting efforts with her husband." tmi there. finally in a brief tease at the end of the mid-season finale she revealed the good news to her sister khloe. >> i just got the blood test back and i am pregnant. >> the 34-year-old gave birth to baby north in june of 2013. kris jenner has tweeted her congratulations. congratulations to them. babies always good news. >> the family is growing. those two seem to be doing all right. >> won't be long before kris jenner is taking 10% of the new babies. am i too cynical? >> capitol -- come on.
yeah you started on a high. things have gone downhill. >> the kardashians were not honored last night at the critics choice awards which honor the best in tv. >> there was plenty of pda. >> allison janney gives james corden the hollywood welcome by of course making out with him when she grabbed her best supporting actress trophy for her show "mom." >> wow. wow. >> she didn't give me that kind of greeting when i saw her in vegas. >> you need to stop. >> another big winner of the night. taraji p. henson taking home best actress in a drama. "empire" lost out to the americans. "the americans" best drama series. "silicon valley" won best comedy series. "real housewives of new jersey" star teresa guidice sent her first tweet from prison. it's been nearly five months since she checked into the federal correctional institution in danbury, connecticut, to serve 15 months for fraud. she spent her 43rd birthday there may 1th.
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and principal. nate smith gym coach, band leader english and social studies teacher, janitor and dean. after founding the school last fall they scraped clean their life savings to keep it going. >> savings gone. >> yes. >> personal bank account. >> yes. >> they worked seven straight months for free. why? >> if you were standing on the side of the pool and someone was drowning, would you jump in to save them? >> of course. >> lack of success to quality education, you might, as well be drowning in a pool. >> swimming begins with them carpooling their 20 students to school. they tailored the curriculum to their students. even lunch became an event and soon fluff the class went from ds to as. but in december, they ran out of money. crowd funding and state funding ultimately saved the school. jones and smith call these kids their kids. those kids think of them as parents. >> i'm crying because i know that they are here for me and i am very thankful that they are
because i never really had anyone to be this close to me besides my mom. >> next year they'll welcome 50 more kids in two new grades. they just have to figure out where to put them. matt gutman. abc news, orlando. >> those are remarkable people. >> that is fantastic. >> i really hope people see the story and give money through crowd funding, big wealthy donors. they are amazing people. >> they'll get it there. we need to put this up wheren on our website or however we need to do this. this is something people need to see, some of the sacrifices teachers day in and day out make. they made a personal sacrifice. driving their own cars. empties their own bank accounts. we've got people drowning here. might, as well be drowning in a pool. >> check out updates on facebook and wnnfans.com. >> more from abc news coming your way. stay with us here. this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades.
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